UPCOMING EVENTS
Performances:

Photograph 51
March 9-25

Did You Mean To? 
The Minotaur 
Ghost Light 
- Toledo Voices Readings -
March 31

The Normal Heart
- Rainbow Series Reading -
April 6 & 7

The Children's Hour
- Rainbow Series Reading -
April 13 & 14

The Most Fabulous Story
Ever Told
- Rainbow Series Reading -
April 20 & 21

Charmed Like A Snake, 
I'm Sure
- Toledo Voices Reading -
April 28

Pirates!
Theodore Thud and the Quest for Weird Beard
[ Young Rep Play]
[Ages 7-13 ]
May 4, 5 & 6

Sweet Charity
June 1-17

Heathers the Musical
High School Edition
[Young Rep Musical]
[Ages 14-19]
July 12, 13, 14 & 15

Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr.
[ Young Rep Musical]
[Ages 7-13]
August 2, 3, 4 & 5



Auditions:

- Rainbow Series -
The Normal Heart
Auditions:
March 10, 1:00-4:00 pm 
10th St. Stage
March 11, 4:00-7:00 pm 
10th St. Stage

- Rainbow Series -
The Children's Hour
Auditions:
March 10, 1:00-4:00 pm 
10th St. Stage
March 11, 4:00-7:00 pm 
10th St. Stage

- Rainbow Series -
The Most Fabulous Story
Ever Told
Auditions:
March 10, 1:00-4:00 pm 
10th St. Stage
March 11, 4:00-7:00 pm 
10th St. Stage

Pirates!
Theodore Thud and the Quest for Weird Beard
[ Young Rep Play, Ages 7-13 ]
Auditions:
March 11, 1:00-3:00 pm 
10th St. Stage
March 12, 6:00-8:00 pm 
10th St. Stage

Callbacks (if necessary):
March 13, 6:00-8:00 pm 
10th St. Stage

Sweet Charity
Auditions:
March 19, 6:00-9:00 pm 
10th St. Stage
March 20, 6:00-9:00 pm 
10th St. Stage

Callbacks (if necessary):
March 21, 6:00 pm 
10th St. Stage

Heathers the Musical
(High School Edition)
Auditions:
April 17, 5:00-8:00 pm 
10th St. Stage
April 18, 5:00-8:00 pm 
10th St. Stage

Callbacks (if necessary):
April 22, 5:00 pm 
10th St. Stage




Young Rep Ed Classes:

Audition Boot Camp:
Singing
-Workshop-
(Ages 7-16)
March 10
Saturday  9:00 am-Noon
10th St. Stage

Playmaking 101
(Ages 7-16)
March 17 - May 12
Saturdays  9:00 am-Noon
10th St. Stage




Young Rep Ed
Summer Camps:

From Big Screen to Broadway
(Ages 7-16)
June 25-29
Monday - Friday
9:00am-3:00pm
10th St. Stage

Broadway:
Best of the West End
(Ages 7-16)
July 16-20
Monday - Friday
9:00am-3:00pm
10th St. Stage

Creating Theatre: Onstage/Offstage/Backstage
(Ages 7-16)
July 23-27
Monday - Friday
9:00am-3:00pm
10th St. Stage




Student Showcases:

The Craft of Acting II
Adult Acting
May 11
7:00pm
at The Rep

Playmaking 101
May 12
12:15pm
at The Rep
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Volume 41, Issue 7 / March  2018
     
Letter from the Artistic Director

Spring is coming! We promise. Time to shed your winter woolies, watch the robins return and...wait for it...come back to the theatre!

This month, we have multiple opportunities for actors of all ages and shapes and sizes and levels of experience. And we're premiering a fascinating and surprisingly funny play about....science; cue obscure Thomas Dolby reference.

Photograph 51 tells the story of Dr. Rosalind Franklin, and her largely uncredited role in the discovery of DNA's double helix structure. A group of chemists and biologists, six distinct and colorful individuals, race to map the molecular structure of our genetic code. Winner of the 2016 WhatsOnStage Award, it's a play about ambition, isolation, and the unique challenges facing a woman who operates in a field dominated by men. Photograph 51 opens on March 9th and runs for three weekends. There will be live science demonstrations presented by Imagination Station on March 10, 24 & 25! Presentations will take place 90 minutes prior to the performance.

March at The Rep also includes auditions for five upcoming productions. If acting is on your bucket or your to-do list, this month we surely have something for you.

On Saturday March 10th (1:00-4:00 pm) and Sunday March 11th (4:00-7:00 pm) we're having combined auditions for a trio of staged readings, "The Rainbow Series", to be presented the first three weekends in April. With more than 30 available roles and brief rehearsal periods, this is a great opportunity for newcomers and/or actors with limited availability. You can audition for one two, or all three readings.

Young Rep auditions begin that same weekend, Sunday March 11th (1:00-3:00 pm) and Monday March 12th (6:00-8:00 pm). The show is Pirates! Theodore Thud and the Quest for Weird Beard, and children ages 7-13 are encouraged to audition. There is no participation fee.

And on the 19th and 20th, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, we'll be auditioning for our big June musical, Sweet Charity. Besides the leads, this production has a large Ensemble that plays multiple character roles.

Finally, if there's something you'd like to see produced on our stage or offered as a class or brought to your venue, we're open to suggestions. Call 419-243-9277 or visit our user-friendly web site - www.toledorep.org - for more information.

See you at the theatre.
Dave DeChristopher

    
THANK YOU TOLEDO!
   

Thank you Toledo for voting the Toledo Repertoire Theatre the
Best Local Theatre Group!
We are honored and grateful for your continued support!






YOUNG REP ED SUMMER CAMPS!

We are pleased to announce our exciting upcoming 
Young Rep Ed Summer Camps for ages 7-16!





    
ANNOUNCING OUR 2018-2019
YOUNG REP PRODUCTIONS!

We are pleased to announce our exciting upcoming 
2018-2019 Mainstage lineup!


    
10 WAYS TO SURVIVE THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE
By Don Zolidis
    
It's the end of the world and hordes of rampaging zombies are about to kill you. What do you do? Try your hand at kung fu against the undead? Attempt to reason with creatures that would rather eat brains than use them? A tart pair of emcees leads the audience through this handy and hilarious guide to surviving the apocalypse! (Hint: sacrifice the weak is step number one.)


   
DISNEY'S ALADDIN JR.
Music by  ALAN MENKEN
Lyrics by  HOWARD ASHMAN, TIM RICE and CHAD BEGUELIN
Book by  CHAD BEGUELIN
Based on the Disney film written by Ron Clements, John Musker, Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio and directed and produced by Ron Clements & John Musker
    
Disney's Aladdin JR. is based on the 1992 Academy- Award®-winning film and the 2014 hit Broadway show  about the "diamond in the rough" street rat who learns  that his true worth lies deep within. The story you  know and love has been given the royal treatment!  Wanting to earn the respect of the princess, Jasmine,  Aladdin embarks on an adventure that will test his will  and his moral character. With expanded characters, new  songs, and more thrills, this new adaptation of the  beloved story will open up "a whole new world!"
 
  

   
GREEN DAY'S AMERICAN IDIOT
Music by  GREEN DAY
Lyrics by  BILLIE JOE ARMSTRONG
Book by  BILLIE JOE ARMSTRONG and MICHAEL MAYER
  
The two-time Tony Award-winning hit musical  Green Day's  American Idiot, based on the Grammy Award-winning  multi-platinum album, boldly takes the American musical  where it's never gone before. This high-octane show  includes every song from Green Day's album, American  Idiot, as well as several songs from its follow-up  release, 21st Century Breakdown. An energy-fueled rock  opera, and a Northwestern Ohio premiere.

 ON STAGE NOW!


Photograph 51
By Anna Ziegler
Directed by David DeChristopher

March 9, 10, 16, 17, 22, 23 & 24 at 8 :00 pm
March 18 & 25 at 2:30pm

A moving portrait of British scientist Rosalind Franklin, one of the great female scientists of the twentieth century, and her fervid drive and often overlooked role in the discovery of DNA's double helix structure. This complex tale explores how a group of chemists and biologists raced to map the molecular structure of our genetic code, revealing the unsung achievements of this trail-blazing, fiercely independent woman. Winner of the 2016 WhatsOnStage Award, Photograph 51 is a fascinating play about science, ambition, isolation, the unique challenges of a woman operating in a field dominated by men, and the race for greatness.


If you are interested in bringing a class of students or a group of home schooled students to this show, we have student pricing and group discount pricing available.
For more information, please contact bherrmann@toledorep.org or call (419) 243-9277






Photo Credit: Amy Elfering

 ON STAGE NEXT!


Toledo Voices
  
"Toledo Voices" will present unproduced plays by local writers in a series of readings held at the
Toledo Rep. Each reading will be followed by a talkback with the writer, cast, and director.

Rainbow Series
Staged Readings of Three Classic Gay Plays
(You may audition for one, two, or all three plays.)
  
Auditions:
March 10, 1:00-4:00 pm
10th Street Stage

March 11, 4:00-7:00 pm
10th Street Stage



The Normal Heart
by Larry Kramer
Directed by Wes Skinner
Performances April 6 & 7

CHARACTER DETAILS
1 woman, mid-to-late 30s, playing a doctor
8 men, from mid-20s to mid-50s. Several play various roles.

Synopsis:
The Normal Heart is a largely autobiographical play that focuses on the rise of the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York City between 1981 and 1984 as seen through the eyes of writer/activist Ned Weeks, the founder of The Gay Men's Health Crisis. Ned prefers loud public confrontations to the calmer, more private strategies favored by his associates, friends, and closeted lover Felix Turner. Their difference of opinion lead to frequent arguments that threaten to undermine their mutual goal. Originally produced Off-Broadway, a revival opened on Broadway in 2011, and was adapted into an award-winning HBO movie in 2014



The Children's Hour
by Lillian Hellman
Directed by Irina Zaurov
Performances April 13 & 14

CHARACTER DETAILS
9 girls age 12-14 y/o
2 young women age 25-35 y/o
3 women age 60 y/o and older
2 men: Male #1: age 28-35 y/o, Male #2: 18-20 y/o

Synopsis:
The Children's Hour revolves around idle gossip between schoolgirls that escalates into a fiasco. The story is a powerful tale of truth and lack thereof. Hellman creates a tense atmosphere between teachers and pupils. Problem-child Mary Tilford accuses her teachers, Karen Wright and Martha Dobie, of foul play. She says she hears "strange noises" coming from their room and "gets scared" because she doesn't know what they are up to. Mary "confesses" her self-made lie to her grandmother, who begins the demise of the teachers. This attack on Dobie and Wright leads them to question their own relationships, in both personal and professional ways.



The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told
by Paul Rudnick 
Directed by Bill Quinlan
Performances April 20 & 21

CHARACTER DETAILS
Stage Manager - female 20s aka God. A sense of authority and balance. The only one who knows how the story ends.
Adam - male 20s
Steve - male 20s
Jane - female 20s
Mabel - female 20s
Man # 1 (30s/40s)
Man # 2 (30s/40s)
Woman # 1 (30s/40s)
Woman # 2 (30s/40s)
These supporting roles are incredibly important to the telling of the story. Each actor will play as many as three characters each.

Synopsis:
Act One recounts the major episodes of the Old Testament, but instead of Adam and Eve, our lead characters are Adam and Steve, and Jane and Mabel, a lesbian couple with whom they start civilization. Act One covers the Garden of Eden, an ark, a visit with a highly rambunctious Pharaoh and finally even the Nativity. Along the way, Mabel and Adam invent God, but Jane and Steve are skeptical. Act Two jumps to modern day Manhattan. Adam and Steve are together again, and Steve is HIV positive. It's Christmas Eve, and Jane is nine months pregnant even though she always thought of herself as the butch one. The two women want to marry and want Adam and Steve to join them in the ceremony. A wheelchair-bound, Jewish lesbian Rabbi from cable access TV arrives to officiate.


Questions or concerns: (419) 243-9277 or email artistic@toledorep.org





Pirates!
Theodore Thud and the Quest for Weird Beard
Young Rep Play, Ages 7-13
by Joshua Mikel
Directed by Julie Zatko

Auditions:
March 11, 1:00-3:00 pm
10th Street Stage

March 12 6:00-8:00 pm
10th Street Stage

Callbacks (if necessary):
March 13, 6:00-8:00 pm
10th Street Stage


AUDITION DETAILS:
Those auditioning will be asked to read from the script and participate in several theatre exercises. No monologue required. Looking for real "characters" to bring this over the top swashbuckling comedy to life!
Please call (419) 243-9277 to schedule an audition time.


CHARACTER DETAILS


Synopsis:
A friendly game of pirates becomes all too real when overzealous Theodore accidentally falls into a giant sinkhole and wakes up to find himself amongst real high sea swashbucklers. Before getting back to the real world, he is forced on an epic journey with his companion Harriet the Ghost in a quest to find the notorious pirate Weird Beard and foil the mutinous Mr. Clunky Bones. Will Theodore be able to save Captain Cramp Hand's ship from falling into evil clutches and return to his friends in time for ice cream?

Show dates:
May 4, 5 & 6

Questions or concerns: (419) 243-9277





Sweet Charity
by Neil Simon, Cy Coleman, & Dorothy Fields
Directed by Debra Ross Calabrese

Auditions:
March 19, 6:00-9:00 pm
10th Street Stage

March 20 6:00-9:00 pm
10th Street Stage

Callbacks (if necessary):
March 21, 6:00 pm
10th Street Stage


AUDITION DETAILS:
Bring 16 bars of your best vocal with sheet music for accompanist, be dressed to move if asked to dance. Also be ready for a cold reading if asked.
  
  
CHARACTER DETAILS
Charity Hope Valentine:  A taxi dancer who desperately wants to be loved.

Oscar Lindquist: A man whom Charity befriends and eventually falls in love with.

Charlie: Charity's boyfriend at the top of the show, a silent hunk.

Nickie and Helene: Charity's closest friends, also taxi dancers at the Fandango Ballroom.

Herman: The authoritarian owner of the Fandango Ballroom; Charity's boss.

Vittorio Vidal: A famous Italian movie star.

Ursula March: Vittorio's girlfriend.

Daddy Johann Sebastian Brubeck: The enigmatic leader of the Rhythm of Life Church.

Carmen: A dancer at the Fandango Ballroom who is friends with Nickie, Helene, and Charity.

Rosie: The new dancer at the Fandango Ballroom.

Suzanne, Frenchie, Betsy, and Elaine: Dancers at the Fandango Ballroom.


 

Sweet Charity has a large Ensemble that sings, dances, and plays an assortment of small character roles. 


Synopsis:
Have you ever known a girl who wanted something so badly that she tried too hard to get it? Meet Sweet Charity, who sings, dances, laughs, and cries her way through romances. Her world is the all too real world of Times Square, and the people who pass through are as deceptively charming a group as ever swept across any stage. With a book by the king of comedy Neil Simon, this five-time Tony Award winner includes the iconic musical numbers "Big Spender", "If My Friends Could See Me Now", and "I'm a Brass Band".

Show dates:
June 1,2,8,9,10,14,15,16 & 17

Questions or concerns: (419) 243-9277

 

If you have questions or would like further details about our classes, please contact education@toledorep.org or call (419) 243-9277






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TOLEDO BLADE
  
Toledo Rep to Showcase Debut Plays
     

"Toledo Voices", the Toledo Repertoire Theatre's series that debuts  works  by local playwrights, returns this weekend to the 10th Street Stage. 

The series, which presents readings of previously unproduced plays, opens at 8 p.m. Saturday and continues on March 31 and April 28. The readings will be followed with a talkback with the writer, cast, and director. 

"It's a unique opportunity for actors as well as the whole creative team to bring new work to the stage with the writer's involvement, but more than that, it's important, an essential component in the process. Every well-known play started somewhere, with some process of development. I am constantly reading new work outside of the parameters of "Toledo Voices", and have offered feedback if requested. Coming mostly from school and community theatre, the Toledo theatre community is not as plugged into that opportunity, but it's there." "This is a relatively new initiative that we are building from the inside," said Dave DeChristopher, The Rep's artistic director. "We want to be a resource for local writers and a development unit for new work. Last season, in addition to "Toledo Voices", we produced a new play by local playwright Eric Pfeffinger as well as a relatively new play by Milan, Mich., playwright Joseph Zettelmaier, who came to see the production." 

      
TOLEDO BLADE
  
'Photograph 51' Has Science In Its DNA
     


Photograph 51, the story of British scientist Rosalind Franklin and her key role in the early 1950s in the discovery of  the structure of DNA and the blueprint for life, opens Friday at the Toledo Repertoire Theatre. 

Anna Ziegler's play, winner of the 2016 WhatsOnStage Award, looks at the independent and ambitious Franklin's achievements in a field dominated by men, work that was overlooked in the competition for acclaim. 

"The subject is formal of course, it's about science, but the play is very engaging," said Dave DeChristopher,  Photograph 51's director and The Rep's artistic director.

"It has rolling narration, with each character sharing his particular recollection (and prejudices) straight to the audience. Sometimes they are even competing with each other for our attention, which is delicious. It also has a 'meta' element, in which characters are in the middle of scenes and sometimes pop out to tell us what they were thinking at the time ... as they remember or misremember it, and at times, the line between recollection and reality becomes blurred."



 YOUTH IMPROV!
    
On February 24th, the amazing students from our Young Rep Ed Winter Session, "IMPROV!" (Ages 7-17) showcased what they had been up to for the past eight weeks as they studied the fundamentals of improv comedy through games and exercises that helped to develop strong ensemble and character work. In this family-friendly session, students developed stage presence, self-confidence, communication skills and respect for other performers and their creativity.
  







"Zombie Talk Show" - Young Rep Ed "IMPROV!"

   
"Professor Know It All" - Young Rep Ed "IMPROV!"


"Vacation Photos" - Young Rep Ed "IMPROV!"
     

"Buzz Word" - Young Rep Ed "IMPROV!"
   
ADULT IMPROV!
       
On February 19th, the talented students from our Level 1, 2 and 3 Adult Improv classes performed for the public onstage at the Toledo Repertoire Theatre!
      







ADULT ACTING!
"The Craft of Acting II"
          
On February 24th, our adult acting class, "The Craft of Acting II", began. This eight-week course, taught by Dr. Deborah Coulter-Harris, focuses on physical and vocal characterization and stage presence and is designed for those who seek to improve their craft.
       


TOLEDO VOICES!
First Do No Harm
       
On February 24th, our  "Toledo Voices" series presented its first staged reading First Do No Harm by William McMillen. The reading was followed by a talkback with the writer, cast, and director.
   


 
The Rep is Looking For Videographer Volunteers!
   

The Toledo Repertoire Theatre is looking for qualified individuals to perform freelance videography work for
our marketing/advertising team. The goal of our marketing department is to strengthen the
Toledo Rep brand and to promote all events, programs, classes, productions and outreach
initiatives of the Toledo Repertoire Theatre.

As a videography volunteer, you should be prepared to work in an exciting, creative and fast-paced environment.
Candidates should have an entrepreneurial mindset for project development and a strong
drive to take on challenges. They must be self-motivated, a strong team player, able to
think outside the box, and be comfortable taking the lead in facilitating, planning and
executing the digital video productions of the Toledo Rep.


Responsibilities
* To create promotional videos which will be used and distributed online through the
Toledo Rep website, email announcements, video sharing sites, social media
networking, and lobby displays, with a possibility of footage being used in larger
markets in the future.
* Video coverage expected of, but not limited to, all Mainstage productions, all Young Rep
productions, all special events, all readings, all fundraisers, all Rep Ed classes,
workshops and showcases, and general season promotion.
* Integrate photography, text, graphics, animation, voice over, testimony, etc. to create
vibrant videos that bring the Toledo Rep to life.
* Consult with directors, casts, and the marketing department to create premium content.
* Other responsibilities might include, but are not limited to, creating educational footage
to accompany the staged productions in the form of informational, historical videos that
will play in the lobby for our patrons and guests.

The is an unpaid, volunteer position.


If you are interested or have any questions, please email marketing@toledorep.org

   
The Toledo Rep Is Seeking Directors! 
Interested directors, please click on the link below to complete the online Director's Application.
 
Questions or concerns may be directed to artistic@toledorep.org
or by calling the Toledo Rep at (419) 243-9277 

Come be a part of "Toledo's Community Theatre"!
    


The Rep would like to thank:
  
- Brad Smith for stepping into the role of Francis Crick in our production of Photograph 51.
Ye Old Durty Bird for sponsoring Photograph 51.
- Sarah Sobel-Poage and Christopher McAnall for sponsoring Photograph 51.
- Dr. Kristin Kirschbaum, Veronica Livingstone, and Dr. B. Leif Hanson for your expertise and assistance on Photograph 51.
The University of Toledo and  Imagination Station for partnering with The Rep to present Photograph 51.
- Jacob Gaietto, Ellen Gaietto, Toledo School for the Arts, and Adams Street CafĂ© for your assistance on Photograph 51.
- King's College London and the Science Museum, London for sharing your resources to assist us with Photograph 51.
- Northwest Ohio Chapter of the Association for Women In Science (AWIS)  for partnering with The Rep to present Photograph 51.
- Master electricians Mark Koester and Jim Norton for the many hours of ongoing work being put into electrical updates and upgrades at the theatre, with the most recent upgrades coming to interior lights in our main theatre building and Brown Building.
- Scott Korczynski and RMF Nooter, Inc., for sharing company resources to assist with the aforementioned electrical updates and upgrades.
Become a Board Member!
 
TOLEDO REPERTOIRE THEATRE  BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND
COMMITTEE MEMBER  APPLICATION FORM

Do you have the passion and drive it takes to be an advocate for the Toledo Repertoire Theatre?
Serving on the board of a nonprofit organization is a wonderful, enriching experience and is a fulfilling way in which you can give back to the community that we call home.

The Toledo Rep is always looking for new Board and Committee members.  Those wishing to serve should have a vested interest in and a strong allegiance to the Toledo Rep and its continuation as a vital part of the cultural fabric of our Toledo community.  The responsibilities for Board and Committee members are different. Due to bylaw guidelines, we have a limited number of Board seats. However, we have many more Committee positions available. If you should have an interest in either area, please complete the online form.
Questions or for more information, please contact president@toledorep.org



Education is one of the central aspects of our mission here at the Toledo Rep and we are always looking for new instructors to include in our program. If you are interested in being a part of our education program, please let us know! A background in teaching is desired, although not necessarily required. We are looking for people experienced in one or more of the many aspects of theatre, with a passion and desire to share those experiences and skills with others. Our program includes classes, workshops and camps for children, teens and adults.
The Toledo Rep Is Seeking Directors !  
Interested directors, please click on the link below to complete the online Director's Application.
 
Questions or concerns may be directed to  artistic@toledorep.org
or by  calling the Toledo Rep at (419) 243-9277  

Come be a part of "Toledo's Community Theatre"!



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